SPORT TOURISM: INTERRELATIONSHIPS, IMPACTS AND ISSUES
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26 JUL 2004
This book examines the economic, social and environmental impacts and issues associated with the development of sport tourism globally, including the lack of research and coordination between industry and government. The book suggests the need for a more balanced analysis of the impacts and issues associated with future sport tourism development.
1. Sport Tourism: An Introduction and Overview Brent W. Ritchie & Daryl Adair; 2. Secular Pilgrimage and Sport Tourism Sean Gammon (University of Luton); 3. Where the Games never cease: The Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland Daryl Adair; 4. Winter Sport Tourism in North America Simon Hudson (University of Calgary); 5. Adventure Sport and Tourism in the French Mountains Phillipe Bordeau (Institute de Geographie Alpine, France) Jean Cornelop (Universite Blaise Pascal) & Pascal Mao (CERMOSEM); 6.More Than Just a Game: The Consequences of Golf Tourism Catherine Palmer (University of Brighton); 7. Exploring Small- Scale Sport Event Tourism; 12 Competition Brent W. Ritchie; 8. Host Community Reactions to Motorsport Events Liz Fredline (Griffith University); 9. Crime and Sport Events Tourism Michael Barker (Heilongjiang University, China); 10. Sports Tourism and Urban Regeneration C. Michael Hall (University of Otago); 11.Sport Tourism in Crisis: Exploring the Impact of the Foot and Mouth Crisis on Sport Tourism in the United Kingdom Graham A. Miller ( University of Westminster) & Brent W. Ritchie; 12. Beyond Impact: A General Model for Sport Event Leverage Laurence Chalip (University of Texas at Austin); 13.Sports Tourism in the United Kingdom John Deane ( University College Worcester) & Michelle Callanan (Birmingham College of Food, Tourism and Creative Studies); 14. The Future of Sport Tourism Joseph Kurtzman & John Zauhar (Sport Tourism International Council, Ottawa); 15. Conclusions and Reflections Brent W. Ritchie & Daryl Adair.